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It appears Brantford's Arrowdale golf course will soon be for sale with the proceeds, and all future tax revenue, to be used to build affordable housing.
Councillor Jan Vanderstelt brought the resolution to council last month, and a committee passed it 8-3. Final approval is expected at Tuesdays council meeting.
The County of Brant and Children's Safety Village officials are working diligently to finalize plans to move the safety village to county owned land.
Brantford's operating budget now at just over $161.2 million which is a 2.18 percent increase over last year. Council is expected to pass the budget Dec. 16th.
Ontario's 4 major teachers' unions are launching separate legal challenges against a provincial cap on public sector wage increases.
The unions argue that the legislation amounts to a direct attack on their collective bargaining rights.
Ontario's four major teachers' unions will hold a joint news conference to give an update on their ongoing contract talks with the Province.
Ontario's Education Minister has announced the Education Workers Alliance of Ontario has reached a tentative agreement with the province.
Andrew Scheer is resigning as Conservative Leader, but will stay on until a replacement is named .
Canada has signed a new agreement updating the North American free trade agreement with Mexico and the US.
Kawhi Leonard received his NBA Championship ring in a packed stadium prior to the Toronto Raptors game in Toronto Wednesday night.
Brantford police are appealing for witnesses as they continue to investigate a shooting on Strawberry Lane that happened last Wednesday.
Several shots were fired into a second story home, narrowly hitting a sleeping toddler. Officers have canvassed the area.
A Fergus woman has been charged for allegedly making a bomb threat against her own workplace.
Police are investigation a shooting in a parking lot in North York where a man in his 20's was pronounced dead on the scene.
Ontario is joining 5 other provinces in a class action lawsuit against dozes of opioid manufacturers.
Port Dover, Bikers, and police are gearing up for this years last Friday the 13th biker tradition.
Greta Thunberg has been named TIME magazine's 2019 Person of the Year.
One person is dead after a number of cars and tractor trailers collided in snowy conditions on the westbound 401 Wednesday afternoon.
The Stedman Community Hospice has received a donation from local veterinary clinics donating the proceeds of their monthly nail trimming appointments.
The Paris Vet Clinic, St. George Mill Animal Hospital, Cobblestone Animal Hospital and Shellard Lane Animal Hospital donated $1265 total to the hospice.
Police are investigating a possible explosive device at a Scarborough waste transfer station.
A house fire in Etobicoke has left one victim dead and a firefighter transported to hospital with minor injuries. A male suspect has been arrested for arson.
4 men are charged with mischief after a plaque, dedicated to the 14 women murdered in the 1989 Ecole Polytechnique massacre, was defaced at a Scarborough school.
Close to 14,000 Canadians have been killed by opioids over the last 4 years, over 17,000 hospitalized for opioid related poisoning according to a new report.
Three people are dead in Gabriola Island, B.C. fiery plane crash.
The death toll from the New Zealand volcano eruption has risen to eight. More than two dozen others are in hospital.
Trinadad and Tobago has passed a bill to decriminalize the low-level possession of marijuana.
Jeff Bezo's space company has completed the 12th successful test flight of their tourism rocket.